As I took the subway home, I regarded my fellow travelers with renewed empathy.
The Distance Multiple Sclerosis Can Build Between Family and Friends
Here’s my biggest advice if you have someone in your life with MS: be flexible with your loved ones with MS.
My Dad: The Flying MS Superhero
Our dad, Skip (who is usually in a wheelchair most of the time), had just jumped out of a perfectly good airplane for the first time in his life at 68 years old.
Missed-Diagnosis : My 4 Early Signs of MS
I’m a smart woman, but even with my level of intelligence, I was ignorant to… Read More
To My Fellow Men With MS
I hope this has helped open the mind of those men who have MS or… Read More
Little Engine That Could
I just thought to myself, isn’t that a story we, those who live with MS,… Read More
Yes, raising awareness of multiple sclerosis is a noble and necessary thing. But frightening MS… Read More
Did I Ever Tell You About Lucy?
Lucy, our Papillon-Dachshund cross, my fur baby, I love you always. Thank you for always… Read More
Conquering Mountains Figuratively and Literally: A Climb With MS up Kilimanjaro
As long as I can, I will try to climb mountains, travel the world and… Read More
My Life Living With Multiple Sclerosis and Surviving Breast Cancer
Surviving breast cancer alongside my MS journey has taught me that I’m stronger than I… Read More
Peer Pleasure – Not Pressure
A peer is a lifeline. Finding someone to talk with that is living in the… Read More
Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number
As I soon turn 29, I look back at my younger self and think, how… Read More